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Odd you guys aren't able to reach 100Hz reliably. In testing I've been able to get 110Hz on the 27100Q but then color issues would start occuring. But at 100Hz it's perfectly stable at 100Hz! I did nothing different then going into the NVidia control panel (Windows 10) of my GTX1080, selecting custom resolution, bumping it to 100Hz, hitting ok, test and done. It's been working great like that even since then. I'm using one of the premium uGreen 2 meter cables as I listed...
I have the 27100Q standing next to the 27Q. The 27Q has no anti-glare coating whatsoever and the 27100Q has a light coating. In my opinion it's just fine, it might not be as great as current 1000$ monitors have but it's certainly not horrible like the old coatings where. I prefer the coating on the 27100Q to the non-coated 27Q!
I received my 27100Q yesterday and so far it seems I have indeed received a pixel-perfect version! It's also running at 100Hz without issue using a DP connection, even a bit above it! I'll post my unboxing and first impression about it hopefully later tonight! --update The video is online now! So far it's looking good but I will do a follow up when I've had a bit more time with it.
Yeah, when I tested the CF791 I also saw no color difference when using different interfaces. Also with the color profile set to ICC Profile : sRGB IEC6196602.1 in windows colors where on par if not better then my IPS monitors (when sitting directly in front of it). Changing that from the default profile did help with color accuracy for me.
After being satisfied with my Crossover 27Q which I've had for a few years now and having a bad experience (dead pixels and viewing angle) with the Samsung CF791, I've ordered a 27Q100! Hopefully this will go as well as my previous Korean monitor! Really, after experiencing 100Hz+, you really can't go back anymore. :S
I'm the guy who made the video. The one's on the right sure look(ed) like dead pixels. I've included the best closeup I've been able to make from them and there, depending on the angle you can see that certain pixels are really completely off. It looks like some are half off but if you change the angle of the camera you can see that's not the case, it's just the angle. Now I'm not 100% sure, it could be that there is a hair in there or whatever else, still I not acceptable...
Hey guys, I have the CF791 standing on my desk right now and made a little video about the unboxing and first tests for the people who are interested. I'll link it below. I'm going to do a follow up video (tomorrow) I hope and after that the monitor has to go back sadly enough. 2 main reasons really, I'm not a big fan of the VA color fade that happens when looking at it from an angle (sadly Quantum Dot doesn't do much for this), but the main reason is that I have quite a...
Updates updates! My Asus contact just contacted me that they have been testing my old board we sent to them and that after testing for about a week they have identified some problems and have corrected those and that it's now running correctly and stable using both the older 0606 and newer 0615 BIOS. No clue what they changed, but that sounds good! It will take a bit to receive the motherboard, especially with my vacation coming up, but I'll try to get things done as...
Ok, so what has changed since I went from 0606 to 0615! During this process, because of a suggestion I got on that ASUS ROG forum, I have also been toying with a few different type of memory modules I have. Sadly, this yielded no different results then I had before, both on 0606 and on 0615, so I am convinced my memory is NOT the problem. Basically, using my default modules, or 2 other type of modules or NO modules make no difference whatsoever. Underclocked, default...
I just installed the 0615 BIOS (I was on 0606) and while this has changed the situation a bit for the better, it certainly has NOT resolved it yet. I'm too tired to write a big post right now, so I'll do that tomorrow.
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